Diana: The Life and Death of the People’s Princess Luncheon

Barry Bradford is an award-winning motivational speaker, historian, and writer on popular culture, lecturing internationally on leadership and personal empowerment. Barry will be here to present Princess Diana. She was the "People’s Princess", beloved for her compassion as much as for her glamour. He will lead us through the tragic life and death of a Princess. Following the program, lunch will be served. Menu includes: a chopped salad, roll and dessert.
Wednesday, Jan 25 • 11:00am-1:00pm • $10M/$15NM


Elvis: American Idol Luncheon by John Boda

Lunch will include fettucine alfredo, salad, roll and dessert. Following lunch enjoy a performance by the amazing musician and storyteller John Boda presenting Elvis. Elvis burst on the scene as a 21 year old unknown in 1956 and took the world by storm ushering in a new age of rock, and then went on to become an icon and idol in movies. He is even more popular today with millions of fans worldwide! This presentation looks at his life in stages from beginning to end, with brief dance clips and nearly a dozen key song performances.
Friday, Feb 3 • 11:00am-1:00pm • $9M/$13.50NM 

Hamilton: The Man, Miranda and the Musical Luncheon

Barry Bradford returns to the NSC to present a mini-biography of the real Alexander Hamilton and his place in American history. Then we will look at Lin Manuel Miranda, the genius who created and starred in Hamilton. Finally, we will look at the musical itself. We’ll listen to excerpts from the songs, and have a discussion to help you have a greater appreciation for the show, whether you’ve seen it a dozen times already or are seeing it for the first time! Menu includes: pulled pork sandwich, coleslaw and dessert.
Wednesday, February 22 • 11:00am-1:30pm $10M/$15NM